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FIRST 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



Cf)e Committee 



OF THE 



SOCIETY 

FOIl THE PROMOTION OF PERMAJNIiNT 
AND UNIVERSAL PEACE, 

FOR 

1817. 



SECOND EDITION. 



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ESTABLISHED JUNE 14, 1816. 



LONDON : 

PRINTED BY BENSLEY AND SONS, 
Bolt'courty Fleet-street* 

J. MATCMARDy BOOKSELLER TO THE SOCIETY, 
fldCADILLY. 



COMMITTEE. 

ROBERT MARSDEN, Esa. Chairman, 
57, Doughty Street. 

William Allen, Plough Court, Lombard Street. 

Richard Dykes Alexander, Ipswich. 

Thomas Bell, Esa. 17^ Fenchurch Street. 

Robert Lucas Chance, Esa. Upper Gower Street, Bedford Square. 

Thomas Clarkson, Esa. M. A. Playford Hall, Suffolk. 

John Clarkson, Esa. Purfleet, and 16, Earl Street. 

William Crawford, Esa. 7> Devonshire Square, Bishopsgate Str, 

Charles Stokes Dudley. 

Thomas Furley Forster, Esa. f St. Helen's Place, Bishops- 

Benjamin Meggot FoRSTER, Esa. I gate Street. 

Thomas Hancock, M.D. Finsbury Square. 

Rev. Thomas Harper, East Street, Walworth. 

Joseph Tregelles Price, Neath Abbey. 

Evan Rees, 55, Skinner Street, Snowhill. 

John Roeerts, 7, Lincoln's -Inn New Square. 

John Scott, Esa. Islington. 

Frederick Smith, Croydon. 

Rev. William Stephenson, West Thurrock, Essex. 

Thomas Sturge, Croydon. 

Collector, Mr. Isaiah Jones, 16, Earl Street. 



SOCIETY'S TRACTS. Price 2c/. each. 
No. 1. A Solemn Review of the Custom of War. 

2. War inconsistent with the Doctrine and Example of Jesus 

Christ, by John Scott, Esq. 

3. An Essay on the Doctrines and Practice of the early Chris- 

tians as they relate to War, by Thomas Clarkson, Esq. IM.A . 

4. Extracts from Erasmus. 



Every annual Subscriber of 10^. 6d. and upwards, may, within 
the year, receive in return. Tracts to the amount of one half of his 
Subscription, on application at No. 16, Earl Street. 

Subscriptions received by the members of the Conamittee, or by 
John Clarkson, Esq. Treasurer, No. 16, Earl Street, Blackfiiars, 
London, where all the meetings are held, and where ail commu- 
nications for the Society may be addressed. 

Country Subscribers, who wish to be regularly supplied with new 
Publications, are requested to give the Address of soine person in 
London, to whom they may be sent. 



REPORT. 



Y OUR Committee feel much satisfaction in presenting the Re- 
port of their proceedings for the first year 3 during which, they 
have endeavoured, by a firm adherence to the fundamental princi- 
})les of the Society, faithfully to discharge the duties committed 
to them. 

Some months elapsed be|^ore the publication of the first edition 
of the '' Solemn Review'' ordered by the General Meeting : this, to- 
gether with the want of suitable accommodations, and other causes, 
prevented the Committee from meeting till the middle of Octo- 
ber, when their labours commenced. Since that time, they have 
been in active operation ; and though little may appear to have 
been effected, compared with the magnitude of the object they 
have in view, their success has exceeded their expectations: it 
has dispelled those feelings of despondency with which many of 
their friends had regarded the undertaking, and is a powerful 
stimulus to increasing exertions. 

Your Committee have already published Four Tracts, and an 
Address explanatory of the object and designs of the Society. 
These have met with a favourable reception, and in several in- 
stances have led to a conviction, that all War is inconsistent 
with the doctrines and example of pur Lord and Saviour Jesus 
Christ. 

Although their resources have been limited, (the whole amount 
received by Subscriptions, Donations, and the sale of Tracts, 
not exceeding £212.) your Committee have been enabled to 
print 32,000 copies of the Tracts and 14,000 Addresses, making 
a total of 46,000 issued froiii the ,pr?ss. VVhilst they ^havg J)C(?jn 



desirous that the publications of the Society shouhl be executed 
with neatness, they have been studiously attentive to economy; 
and they are persuaded that an examination of the annexed 
Statement of the Expenditure will shew that the money placed at 
their disposal has not been injudiciously applied. No expense has 
been incurred in obtaining* accommodation for the transaction 
of their business, and they have the gratuitous-, services of an 
Assistant. 

A reference to the Treasurer's account will be sufficient to con- 
vince the friends of the cause, that a continuance of their libera- 
lity and additional subscriptions are necessary, to enable the Com- 
mittee to meet the increasing expenditure, and to commence the 
translation and printing of Tracts in different languages : mea- 
sures have been taken to ascertain which of these will be best 
adapted for general circulation in different parts of the Continent. 

A correspondence has been entered into with individuals in 
various parts of the kingdom, which has produced many interest- 
ing communications from Christians of different denominations, 
expressive of their cordial appro\al of the designs and plan of the 
Society, and of their wishes to cooperate in spreading the know- 
ledge of the peaceable kingdom of Christ. 

From the American Continent, the gratifying intelligence has 
been received, that the cause is there successfully advocated both 
from the pulpit and the press, and that Societies have been 
formed in Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and other places. 
In the former, upwards of eighty ministers of the Gospel are 
enrolled amongst its members 3 and from the interesting infor- 
mation communicated to the Committee, by the Secretary of the 
New York Peace Society (now in this country) it appears that 
measures have been taken to bring the subject under the consi- 
deration of different religious communities in tlie United States. 

A regular channel of communication with the Societies of 
New York and Massachusetts has been opened, which will be 
reciprocally aflvantageous and interesting. It \s ,a pleasing cir- 



cumstance, that at a period when this Society was in actual 
contemplation, two of those in America were formed, without 
any knowledi^e that the subject had claimed attention in this 
Country. 

The obstacles that impeded the formation of the Society in 
1814 and IS 15, exist no more. The long protracted and sangui- 
nary conflict in which this country had been so deeply engaged, 
has ceased — the nations of Europe, wearied with their efforts 
for mutual destruction, and suffering under the accumulated 
pressure of those evils which are inseparable from war, have 
returned the sword into its scabbard — the intoxication of national 
vain-glory has begun to subside 3 and many have learnt from bitter 
exi)erience to api)reciate the costs and consequences of victory. 

Your Committee therefore invite their friends not to neglect 
a moment so peculiarly favourable as the present, for the disse- 
mination of pacific principles, and would wish to encourage the 
disposition which has been manifested to form Auxiliary Socie- 
ties, as the most effective means of giving energy to the opera- 
tions of this Institution. To assist in their establishment, the 
acc:ompanying Resolutions are recommended, as being adapted to 
secure unity of design and mutual cooperation. 



RULES 



OF THE 



SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF PERMANENT 
AND UNIVERSAL PEACE. 



I. 1 HE Society shall be designated *^ Tlie Society for the Pro- 
motion of Permanent and Universal Peace." 

II. The object of the Society shall be to print and circulate 
Tracts, and to diffuse information tending to show, that War is 
inconsistent with the spirit of Christianity, and the true interests 
of tnankind ; and to point out the means best calculated to 
maintain permanent and universal Peace, upon the basis of 
Christian principles. 

III. These objects shall not be limited by local attachments, 
nor circumscribed by geographical boundaries, but shall extend 
to the whole human race. 

IV. The Society shall consist of persons of every denomina- 
tion, who are desirous of uniting in the prom')tion of Peace on 
earth, and good-will towards men. 

V. Every annual Subscriber of lOv. 6d. or upwards, and every 
Donor of 5^ 5a'. shall be a member of the Society. 

VI Members and Auxiliary Societies shall be entitled to receive 
within the year, half the amount of their Subscriptions, inTiacts, 
at the average cost price, and shall be allowed to purchase to any 
amount, in quantities of not less than one hundi'cd, at the same 
rate. Donors of 5/. 5*. shall have the privileges of Annual Sub- 
scribers of 10« 6d.) and those of larger sunjs in the same pro- 
portion. 



Vll. The business of the Society shall be conducted by a Com- 
mittee of not more than thirty-six members, who shall meet once 
in every month, or oftener, if necessary. They shall have the 
power of filling vacancies, of appointing all the officers of the 
Society, except the Treasurer, and of calling special general 
meetings. 

Vll I. No person shall be eligible as a member of the Committee, 
whose principles, on tlie subject of War, are not in strict accord- 
ance with those on which the Society is founded. 

IX. A General Meeting shall be held Annually, at such time 
and place as the Committee shall appoint, to receive their Report, 
to elect a Treasurer, and to attend to such other business as may 
come before it. 

X. The Treasurer, and other gratuitous effit^Hj ihall be c©n» 
sidered a« members of the Committee. 



RESOLUTIONS 



PROPOSED FOR THE ADOPTION OF 



AUXILIARY SOCIETIES. 



I. J?HAT the plan and objects of ''The Society for the Pro- 
motion of Permanent and Universal Peace," have the cordial 
approbation of this meeting. 

II. That a Society be now formed upon the same principles, 
to be called " The Auxiliary Society for the 
Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace 3" whose object 
shall be to cooperate and correspond with the Society established 
for that purpose in London. 

III. That no publications shall be circulated by this Society, 
but such as have received the sanction of the Committee in 
London. 

IV. That all subscriptions and donations, after deducting inci- 
dental expenses, shall be remitted to the Treasurer of the Society 
in London, to promote the great objects of the Institution. 

V. Every annual Subscriber of and upwards, and 
every Donor of and upwards, shall be a member of the 
Society, and shall be entitled to receive, within the year. Tracts to 
the amount of half his subscription. 

VI. That no person be eligible as a member of the Committee, 
whose -principles, on the subject of War, are not in strict accord- 
ance with those on which the Society is founded. 

VII. That be a Committee, with power to add to 
their number. 

VIII. That be appointed the Treasurer. 

IX. That an Annual Meeting be held on such day as the Com- 
mittee shall appoint, to receive their Report, to elect a Treasurer, 
and to attend to such other business as may come before it, 



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ABSTRACT OF THE TREASURER'S ACCOUNT, 

FOn THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1817. 



Dr. L. s. D. Cr. ■ l. s. d. 

To Subscriptions and Dona- j By Books and Stationary . . 7 8 4 



tions 208 7 



Sale of Tracts 



3 8 10 



211 15 10 



Printing 158 15 9 

Postage, Carriage of Parcels, 

and Incidental Expenses .1118 

* Balance 34 10 1 



211 15 10 



STATEMENT OF TRACTS PRINTED^ ETC. 



1st Edition 1,000 

Received of W. Allen 475 

2d Edition 3,000 

3d Edition 5,000 



9,475 



Quotas to Subscribers 1,524 

Sales 375 

Do. Amount not received 200 

Distributed 4,022 

In hand 3,354 



9,475 



N"2. 



1st Edition 
2d Edition . 



3,000 
5,00.0 



8,000 



Quotas to Subscribers 1,059 

Sales 213 

Do. Amount not received 175 

Distributed 3,698 

In hand 2,855 



8,000 



N° 3. 



1st Edition 2,000 

2d Edition 5,000 



Quotas to Subscribers 1,258 

Sales 213 

Do. Amount not received 150 

Distributed 3,007 

In hand 2,372 



7,000 



7,000 



N°4. 



1st Edition 3,000 

2d Edition 5,000 



8,000 



Quotas to Subscribers 445 

Sales 100 

Do. Amount not received 100 

Distributed 3,349 

In hand 4,006 



8,000 



Total number of Tracts in hand . . . 12,587 
* Tbe Society »re under engajements innountiu5 tQ ^.bout sof. 



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LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. 



A BR ATT, Mr. Benjamin, Blackburn 

Abbott, Mrs. Sarah, Plymouth 

Allen, Mr. Wm. Plough- court, Lombard- street 

Alexander, Mr. William, York 

Alexander, Mr. Richard Dykes, Ipswich. . . . 

Anderson, Mr. David, Driffield, York 

Andrews, Mr. Henry, 9, Queen's Buildings, 

Knlizhtsbridoe 

Applegarth, Mr, John, Staindrop 

Arraistead, Mr. William 

Ashby, Mr. Thomas, jun Staines 

Ashworthj Mr. Henry, Turton, near Bolton . , 

Backhouse, Mr. Jonathan, Darlington 

Backhouse, Mr. Jonathan, jun. Darlington. . . . 

Balkwell, Mr. Benjamin, Plymouth 

Barrett^ Mr. Richard, Lower Smith-street. . . . 

Bath, Mr. Henry, Swansea 

Beaumont, Rev. George, Norwich 

Beaumont, Mr. Abraham 

Bell, Mr. John, 338, Oxford-street 

Bell, Mr. Thomas, 17, Fenchurch-street 

Bennett, Mr. George, Highiield, Sheffield... 

Bensley and Son, Messrs. Fleet-street 

Berry, Mr. John, Swansea 

Bevan, Mr. Sylvanus, 5, Pavement, Moorfields 

Bevin, Mr. George, Cirencester 

Bevington, Mr. John,. Swansea 

Binns, Mr. William, Swallow-street 

Bigg, Mr. Thomas, Swansea 

Birchall, Mr. Thomas, Swansea 

Bower, Mr. John, Leeds '. 

Bowly, Mr. Christopher, Cirencester 

Bowly, Mr. Devereaux, do 

Bowly, Mr. Samuel, do « 

Brewin, Mr. John, do 

Brown, Mr. John, Earith 

Brown, Mr. Thomas, Cirencester 

Brown, William, Esq, Clapham 

Brownlow, Mr. William, Fleet-street 

Buxton, Mr. John, Northampton , 



Donations. 
L. S. D 







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Annual 


Snhtcript. 


L. S. D. 


10 6 


10 6 


1 1 


10 6 


1 1 


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10 6 


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1 1 


10 6 


10 6 


I I 


1 1 


1 1 


1 1 


1 1 


1 1 


1 1 


10 6 


1 ] 


10 6 


10 6 


1 1 


10 6 


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10 6 


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10 6 


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10 6 



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L. Day. 

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L. Day 



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Xmas. 

Mich. 
L. Day. 

Xmas. 
L. Day. 

Xmas. 
L. Day. 

Xmas. 
L. Day. 

Xmas. 

Mich. 
L, Day. 

L. Day. 



Xmas. 
L. Day. 



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Carim, J. Esq 

Capper, Mrs. Ann, Sloke Newington 

Chance, Robert Lucas, Esq 14, Upper Gower- 

streel 

Chorley, Mr. John, Tottenham 

Clarke. Anthony, Esq. Canterbury 

Chirkson, Thomas, Esq. M. A. Playford Hall, 

Suffolk 

Clarkson, John, Fsq. PurHeet, Essex 

ColHer, Mr. William, Plymouth 

Collins, Mr. Richard, Northampton 

Collins, Mr William, do 

Codner, Mr. S. Teignmouth, Devonshire ..... 

Corder, Mr. , Springfield 

Corby n, Mr. J. 300, Holborn 

Corston,. Mr. Henry, Ludgate-hill 

Cosins, Mr. Nathaniel, Guernsey 

Crawford, William, Esq. 7^ Devonshire square, 

Bishopsgate-street 

Crossfield, Mr. George, for Executors, T. H. 

Uawlinson, Lancaster ... 

Cunlirfe, Mr. H Blackburn 

Curtis, Mr. William, Alton, Hants 

Darby, Mrs. Sarah, Coalbrook Dale 

Darby, Mrs. Rebecca, do 

Darby, Mr. Richard, do 

Darby, Miss Anna, do 

Dickinson, Mr Barnard, do 

Dillwyn, Mr. William, Walthamstow 

Dunn, Mr. William, Hoxton 

Eaton, Mr. Robert, Swansea 

Edwards, Thomas, Esq. Newport, Monmouth- 
shire 

Elcock, Mr. John, Kingston 

Eliot, Mr John, Bartholomew Close 

Emlin, Mr. Samuel, Philadelphia 

Evans, Mr. Edward, Worcester , . . . . 

Fordham, Mr. E. K. Royston 

Forster, Mr. Benjamin Meggot, St. Helen's Place, 

Bishopsgate-street 

Fox, Mr. Samuel, Nottingham 

Fox, Mrs. Sarah, Plymouth 

Fox, Mr. William, Nottingham 

Francis, Mr. John, Norwich 

A Friend, (per Mr. Smith, Haymarkel) 

Gale, Mr. John, Stert, near Devizes 



Donations. 


Annual 
Subscript, 


L. S. D. 


L. S. D. 


... 


10 6 


- - _ 


1 1 


5 5 




- - - 


10 6 


- _ - 


1 1 


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I 


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I 1 


- _ - 


10 6 


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10 6 


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10 (5 


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10 6 


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Mich. 



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Mich. 

Xmas. 
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Xmas. 
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L. Day. 

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George, Mr. Thomas, Westerham 

Gibbiiis, Mr. Joseph, Swansea. 

Gibbins, Mr. Bevington. do 

Gibbins, Mr. William, Birmingham 

Gosse, John, Esq. Poole, Dorset 

Graham, Mr. Thomas, Coalbrook Dale 

Greathead, Rev. S. Taunton 

Gurney, Mr. Elias, T. P. Bristol 

Gurney, Mr, Samuel, 23, Lombard-street. . . . 
Gurney, Mr. Joseph John, Norwich 

Hagger, Mr. Francis, Plumtree-street 

Harris, Mr. John, Ratcliffe 

Hanbiiry, Mrs. Anna, Plough-court, Lombard- 
street 

Harrison, Mr. John, Driffield, York 

Harrison, Mr. George, Wandsworth 

Harvey, Mr. Joseph, Gracechurch-street 

Hancock, Dr. Finsbury-sqnare 

Hawksley, Rev. John Webster, Rector of Knot- 
ting 

Hill, Miss Eliza, Witney 

Hingston, Mr. Joseph, jun. Plymouth ....... 

Heyes, Mrs. C. Cheltenham 

Hoare, Mr. Francis, Cirencester 

Holdsworth, Mr. Samuel, NewWells, Wakefield 

Howard, Mr. Luke, Tottenham 

Hudson, Mr. Richard, Norwich .. 

Hutchinson, Mr. Jonathan, Gedney, Lincoln . 

Jackson, Mr. Benjamin, Leeds 

Jackson, Mr.Abraham, Boverton, Glamorganshire 

Jenkins, Mr. William, Redruth 

Joshua, Mr. Francis, Swallow-street 

K'idson, Mr. John, Leeds 

Kent, Mr. John Cousins, Earith 

King, Mrs. Susannah, Earith 

Knight, Mr. Henry, RatclifFe 

Lanyan, Mr. Richard, Lostwithiel, Cornwall . . 

Leek, Mr. Henry, Witney, Oxon 

Lister, Mr. John, Stoke Nevvington 

Lister, Mr. Joseph Jackson, Token House Yard 

Littleboy, Mr. William, Berkhampstead 

Longfield, Colonel, M, P. 32, Bury-street, St. 

James's 

Lucas, Mr. B. Millbank, Westminster 

Lucas, Mr. William, Millbank, Westminster . . 
Lucas, Mr. S, H. Jp, Warwick-street 

* For Translations. 



Donations. 


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When due. 


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Marriage, Mr, Joseph, Chelmsford 

Marsden, Robert, Esq. b^ y Doughty-street 

Marsden, Mrs 

Massey, Mr. William, Spalding, Lincoln . 
Moyse, Mr. William, Swansea 



Otio, Miss Maria, Worcester 



Phillips, Mr, Richard, 32, East-street, Red Lion 

Square 

Pirn, Mr, John, 60, Bartholomew-close 

Pollard, Mr. Joseph, Swansea 

Post, Mr. Jacob, Lower-street, Islington 

Powle, Mr. J. Depttbrd 

Prattman, W. L. Esq. Barnard Castle 

Price, Mr. Peter, Neath. ... 

Price, Mr. Joseph Tregelles, do 

Price, Mr. Henry Habberly, do 

Price, Mr, Edwin, do 

Prideaux, Mr. William, Plymouth 

Proctor, Mr. Joseph, Fleet-street 

Rees, Mr. Evan, b5j Skinner-street 

Rees, Mr, Jonathan, Neath 

Rees, Miss Mary Binns, do . . 

Reynolds, Mr. Joseph, Coalbrook Dale 

Richardson, Mr,William, Buckingham 

Richardson, Mr. Tiiomas, 23, Lombard -street. . 
Roberts, Mr, John, 7, Lincoln's Inn New Square 
Rose, Mr. Daniel, Horse Hay, nearShifnal. . .. 

Rumsey, Mr. James, Amershnm • . . . . 

Russell, Mr. William, Upton on Severn 

Rust, William, Esq. Hull 

Rutty, Mr. John, Paddington 



Donations. 
L. S. D. 



5 5 



Sanderson, Mr. John, Old Jewry 

Sanderson, Mr. Joseph, Old Jewry 

Sargent, Mr. Isaac, jun. Paddington 

Sause, Mrs, Hoxton-square 

Scott, John, Esq, Islington 

, Esq. M. P. (per J, Scott) 

Shaw, Mr. Charles, 2Q, Prince's-street, Bank . . 

Simmons, Mr. William, Gainsborough 

Smith, Mr. Frederick, Croydon 

Smith, Mrs. Sarah, 25, Store-street, Bedford- 
square 

Smith, Mr. George, Axbridge, Somerset 

Spear, Robert, Esq. PMinburgh 

Spear, Arthur, Esq. Sambrook-court, Basinghall- 
street 



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L. Day. 
Xmas. 



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L. Day. 

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Stacey, Mr. George, 300. Holborn 

Stephenson, Rev. William, West Thurrock, 

Essex 

Stephfnscx;, Mis ditto 

Ster. y, M/. Anthony 

Strntt, William, Esq. Derby 

Stnrge, Mr. Thomas, Croydon 

Sturge, Mr. Young, Bristol 

S. R, (per E. Rees) 

S. T. per do 

S. E. per do 



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Tennent, Hugh, Esq. Glasgow . . 
Thomas, Rev. Timothy, Islington 
Thomas, Mr. Phillip, Highbury . . 
Thurlow, Mr. I. Titchborne-street 
TrefFy, Mr. Joseph, Plymouth. . . . 



Waring, Mr. Elijah, Neath 

Wemyss, Mr. T. York 

Wheeler, Mr. Thomas, Ampthill 

Whitehead, Miss Mary, Nottingham 

Whitehouse, Rev. John, Rector of Orlingbury, 
Northampton 

Whiting, Mr. Christiana, Tottenham 

Willison, Rev. John, Perth 

Williams, Mr. Edward, (Bard) Elimstone, Gla- 
morganshire 

Wilkins, Mrs. Stephen, Cirencester 

Wilklns, Mrs. Ann do. 



Zachary, Mr. Daniel, Cirencester. 



X)onaticns. 
L. S. D. 



5 



10 



Annual 
Subscript. 
L. S. D. 
1 1 

1 1 
I 1 

10 Q 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



1 1 

10 6 

1 1 

10 6 

1 1 
JO 6 
10 6 



10 6 

10 6 

1 1 

10 6 
10 6 
10 G 

10 6 



When due. 

L. Day. 

Mich. 
Xmas. 
L. Day. 

Mich. 
L. Day. 

Xmas. 

Xraas. 
L.Day 



Xmas. 
L. Day. 
Xmas. 



L. Day. 



Xmas. 
L Day. 

U Day. 



SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Received since the General Meeting, 



Alexander, Mr. Samuel, Needham . 
Alexflnder, Mr. Dykes, Ipswich . . . 

Alexander, Mr. Henry, ditto 

Allen and Sons, Messrs. Nottingham 
Angus, Mr. Jacob, Bromley, Kent . 
Anonymous, per R. D. Alexander . . 



Bailey, Mr. Thomas, Nottingham 

BakewtU and Scales^ Messrs. ditto. . . . . 



10 10 




_ - - 


2 2 


2 2 




. . - 


1 1 


... 


10 6 


1 1 




www 


10 6 


. . - 


1 3 



Mich. 

Mids. 
Mich. 



15 



Barbam, Thomas Foster, Esq. Penzance 

Barnes, Mr. George, Shenfield, Essex 

Barrett, Mr. Jonathan, Northampton Terrace. . 
Barrett, Mr, Jeremiah, King's Head Court,Beech 

street , 

Einns, Mr. Thomas, Liverpool 

Binns, Mr. David, Skipton 

Bordell, Mr. Samuel, Swanst^a 

Bott, Mr. Parker, Nottingham 

Bovven, Mr. Thomas, Swansea 

Broughton, Mr. Nicholas, Swan Yard, Plolborn 

Bridge 

Bryant, Mr. Francis, Barford Mills, nearFarnham 
Butcher, Mr. WiUiam, Nottingiiam 



Donaticjis. 
L. S. D. 



10 



Chievre^ Miss Sophia de, London 

Coombs, Mr. I'homas M. 14, Ludgate-street. 



David, Mr. William, Swansea 

Dudley, Mr. Charles Stokes, Croydon. 
Dunn, Mr. Jonathan, Nottingham. . . . 



Edwards, — LL.D. Southampton 
Ellerbv, Mr. Thomas, Sunderland 
Ellis, Mr. David, Bristol 



F. — J. per Mr. Brownlow 

E'ielder, Mr. James, Todmorton 

Fletcher, Mr. Charles, Nottingham 

Forster, Thomas Furley, Esq. St. Helen's Place. 

Forster, Mrs. Walthamstow 

Foster, Mr. Joseph, Bromley, Middlesex 



Gill, Mr. George, Nottingham 
Goodacre, Mr. Robert, ditto. . . 

Green^ Mr. John, ditto 

Greeny Mrs. Amy, ditto 



10 10 



1 



Harris, Mr. Samuel, Ratcliffe . . . 

Harris, Mr. Charles, Neath 

Hide, Mr. Henry, London 

Hoare, Samuel, jun. Esq. London 
Horsnail, Mr. Robert, Chatham. . 



Joseph, Mr. Wdliam, Swansea 

Joyner, Joseph, Esq. Romford 

I Kilham, Mrs. Hannah, Shet'field 

Llewellyn, Mr. Alfred Hill, Bristol , 



5 



1 1 



Annual 
Subscript. 
L. S. D. 
1 1 

10 6 
10 6 

10 6 

10 6 
10 6 
10 6 
10 6 

O 10 6 
10 6 

10 6 

1 

10 6 

5 

1 1 
10 6 



10 6 
10 6 



10 6 

10 6 

1 1 

10 6 

1 1 

10 6 
,0 10 6 
10 

10 6 

1 1 
10 6 

10 Q 

2 2 

1 1 

5 

1 1 {) 

10 6" 
10 6 



Wh«n due. 

Mich. 



Mids. 
Mich. 
Mich. 

Mich. 



Mich. 



Mich. 



Mich. 



Mich, 



Mich. 

Mich. 
Mich. 



16 



Lewis, Mr. William, Swansea . 

Luke, Rev. Thomas, Swansea 

MacLaurin, Mr, Lachlan, 1/, Store street, Bed- 
ford-square 

Maw, Mr. Thomas, Ipswich ... 

M'Cleod, Mr. Isaac, Nottingham 

Meen, Mr. Joseph, Biggleswade 

Mogridge, Mr J. E. Chatham. 

Newman, Mr. Henry, Peckham 

Nokes, Mr. James, Upminster, Essex 

Nokes, Mr. William, ditto 

Nokes, Mr. William, jun, ditto 

Piper, Mrs. Jane, Allonby, Maryport 

RatclifFe, Mr. James, Swansea 

Rathbone, Mr. William, Liverpool 

Rawson, Mr. William Ford, Nottingham 

Roberts, Mr. Samuel, ditto 

Sanders, Mr. Tliomas, Bristol 

ShiUltoe, Mr. Richard, Hertford 

Smith, Henry, Esq. Nottingham 

Squires, Mr. Wm. Wheatley, King's Wood, 

near Reiga'.e 

Surridge, Robert, Esq. Romford 

Syfret, Mr. Stephen, Lloyd's 

Tennent, Mr. Andrew, Glasgow 

Thompson, Thomas, Esq. Brixton Hill 

Wakefield, Mr. Thomas, Nottingham 

Whitehead, Mr. John, ditto ". 

Whitlark, Mr. Joseph, ditto 

Wilson, John, Esq. L^pper-street, Islington . . . 

Wilson, William, Esq. Nottingham 

Woolley, Mr. Isaac, ditto 

Wright, Mr. James, ditto 



Donaliers . 
L. S. D. 



2 2 



5 5 



1 1 
1 ' 1 
1 I 



O 



I 1 



JO 10 



.-Inn'ial 
Sybjcript. 
L. S. D. 

5 
10 6 



10 6 

5 

1 1 



I 1 



I 1 

10 

10 6 
10 6 



C 



1 
10 6 



J 
1 
10 6 



1 

10 6 
1 
10 
1 o 
10 6 
10 6 
10 Q 



When due. 



Mich. 



Mic 



Mich. 



Mich. 



Mich. 



Mich. 



Mids. 
Mich. 



Mich. 
Mids. 

Mich. 

Mids. 
Mich.